New for 2017/18 Same day appointments now available for the Disability Advisors, Counsellors and Mental Health Advisors providing more flexibility and a variety of times to students. To book, contact the Student Support and Welfare Team based in the Student Centre. Starting university offers a first taste of independence, and whatever your background, becoming a student can throw up a lot of questions. We have a range of services available that can support you during your time with us. When you arrive, you will be assigned a tutor or supervisor, who will be your main contact for academic and personal matters. All non-academic support is accessed through the Student Support and Welfare Team located in the Student centre (Howell 005). Student Support and Welfare Team Brunel Medical Centre Disability and Dyslexia Service Counselling and Mental Wellbeing Service Faith and religion Student Centre Our Student Centre can help you with all administrative enquiries, including registration, finance, student letters, visa applications and much more Big White Wall A safe online community of people who are anxious, down or not coping who support and help each other by sharing what's troubling them, guided by trained professionals International Student Support Advice for international students studying at Brunel Office of Student Complaints, Conduct and Appeals (OSCCA) OSCCA provides expertise in dealing with a number of areas of student casework, including student complaints, academic appeals, professional suitability and student conduct Equality and Diversity Information on Brunel's commitment to E&D as well as anti-bullying, harassment and Dignity at Study Advice and Representation Centre (ARC) The Students' Union runs the ARC with offers a confidential service on matter including Housing, Finance, Benefits, Academic and non-academic concerns Sexual Assault and Violence Sexual Assault and Violence can happen to anyone. It is important to know your rights and support available (COMING SOON) Academic Skills Support The Academic Skills (ASK) service supports Brunel students by helping them to develop the skills they need to learn independently and thrive academically, whatever their level or subject.